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Blanched saury in natural oil is a very tasty and soft fish that has the dense structure. WHen opening the jar you will feel the very pleasant aroma of the fish. This canned saury will be perfect for cooking different soups, sandwiches and salads.

Blanched saury in natural oil is a very tasty and soft fish that has the dense structure. WHen opening the jar you will feel the very pleasant aroma of the fish. This canned saury will be perfect for cooking different soups, sandwiches and salads.

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